Texas has a surplus, how will lawmakers spend it?

Texas has a budget surplus of more than $25 billion, and state lawmakers will now decide where that money will be spent. Justin Miller is a staff writer for the Texas Observer covering politics and state government, and he joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the battles brewing in the new legislative session, including promises to cut property taxes, whether education will see new funding, and how the electric grid might be addressed. The Observer’s report previewing the legislative session is “Catastrophe #88: The Texas Legislature Returns for a Brutal Year.”